What Matters? Humanitarian Feedback bulletin

BBC Media Action, Internews, and Translators without Borders are working together to improve two-way communication between the Rohingya refugees, the host communities, and the humanitarian actors. What Matters? provides a snapshot of feedback received from affected community members, to assist sectors to better plan and implement relief activities with communities’ needs and preferences in mind. […]

Crisis language map: Cyclone Kenneth in Cabo Delgado, Mozambique

Cyclone Kenneth hit the northern part of the country on 25 April 2019, the strongest storm in Mozambique’s recorded history and the second in five weeks. Strong winds, rainfall, landslides, and flooding are expected at the time of writing, endangering lives and livelihoods. In the wake of Cyclone Kenneth, people affected need to obtain critical […]

Translating information to prevent sexual exploitation and abuse

Sexual exploitation and abuse continue to occur in humanitarian contexts worldwide. We believe that language can help prevent it. Preventing abuse starts by making the rules on sexual conduct clear and available in languages people can understand, so everyone knows what is acceptable. The international humanitarian world’s coordination body, the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC), developed […]